Mudpuppy Games-to-Go Dino Snap! Playing Cards is a fast-acting game of matching colourfully illustrated dinos with its skeleton card. Perfect for playing on the go, cards are packaged in a travel-friendly drawstring bag for easy cleanup and storage.
DINO SNAPINSTRUCTIONS (ENGLISH) • The object of the game is to win all of the cards by being the 1st to spot matches. Matches can be 2 dinosaurs that are the same, 2 skeletons that are the same, or a dinosaur and its corresponding skeleton.• Shuffle the cards. Deal them all out to each player, 1 at a time, face down. Some players may end up with more cards than others. Each player puts their cards face down in a pile. • Youngest player goes 1st. Player turns over the top card of their pile and places it face up so all players can see, starting a pile next to their face down cards. • Play continues to the left with each player quickly doing the same. When a player turns over a card that matches a card already face up on another player’s pile, the 1st player to notice the match shouts “SNAP!” and wins both face up piles. This player adds the piles to the bottom of their face down pile. • If 2 players shout “SNAP!” at the same time, the 2 matching piles are combined and placed face up in the center, forming a “Snap Pot”. If a player spots a card that matches the top card in the Snap Pot, they shout “SNAP POT!” and win all of the cards in the Snap Pot and the pile with the matching card. If 2 players shout “SNAP POT” at the same time, add the pile with the matching card into the Snap Pot. • If players shout “SNAP!” or “SNAP POT” in error, players place their face up pile in the Snap Pot. • If a player’s face down pile runs out of cards, they turn over the cards in their face up pile and continue to play. When players run out of cards, they are out of the game. • The winner is the player who collects all of the cards. If there are no more possible matches, the player with the most cards wins.
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